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How to Deal With Different Types of Edema?

15th June 2011
In common parlance, edema implies a swelling of certain body tissues due to excess water content. Professionals define it as an accumulation of excess fluid in certain parts of the body’s tissues. The extra fluid accumulates outside of the capillaries in ... Read >
Author: Alice

Ascites- What Is Ascites and How It treated

02nd February 2010
Ascites is the abnormal accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, around the intestines and other abdominal organs, contains varying quantities of cells, bacteria, proteins and other substances. What is it? The vast majority of cases of ascites seen in ... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Kidney detox to cleanse your kidney

08th October 2009
The functioning of our body depends a lot on the kidneys. Kidneys assist in the filtering blood by turning urea, metabolites and other elements into urine which is excreted from our body. The kidneys regulates blood pressure, blood plasma volume and gluco... Read >
Author: Jamie Hanson

Important Fact On the Moisturizing Benefits of Glycerol

13th June 2009
An average person can lose about 3 liters of water from a strenuous exercise especially when it is hot and muggy. This loss may occur via respiration and perspiration. Experts say that when the body loses one and a half liters of water, endurance and perf... Read >
Author: joalesto

Why Our Bodies Need Minerals To Function

16th April 2008
It's astounding to realise that our blood plasma (26 pints in a typical adult) has a composition very similar to seawater.As famed environmentalist Rachel Carson said in her book THE SEA AROUND US "Fish, amphibian, bird and mammal -- each of us carries in... Read >
Author: Dr. John Heinerman

CARP BAIT PROTEIN INGREDIENTS -- for OUTSTANDING Catches and Fast Digestion!

24th January 2007
* Introduction: Get on it! Easy Success from the efficient digestion of protein carp baits: When consumed, carp break down proteins into amino acids and peptides. These are then either used to make up body proteins for growth, repair, or other uses, su... Read >
Author: Tim F. Richardson
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